Compass Project Commended at Howard League Community Awards

Our “Time To Recover” programme has been commended for it’s amazing work at the 2017 Howard League Community Awards in the Liason.

The Howard League Community Awards were presented at the national conference on 8 November 2017 by Gerry Marshall, Trustee of the Howard League for Penal Reform and Chair of the Awards judging panel.

Successful community projects that reduce crime and transform lives for the better have been honoured with prestigious national awards.

The Howard League for Penal Reform presented Community Awards and commendations to more than a dozen of the very best schemes in the country.

Projects from Avon and Somerset, Berkshire, Cheshire, Devon and Cornwall, Dorset, East Yorkshire, Gloucestershire, London, Merseyside, South Yorkshire and the West Midlands were among the commended entries.

 

Catryn Yousefi, Programmes Manager at the Howard League for Penal Reform, said: “Our Community Awards celebrate the success of projects that guide people away from crime and make us all safer.

“Only the very best schemes in the UK are honoured each year and, once again, we were delighted to receive so many high-quality nominations.”

Compass Project